Emma Raducanu shares latest update in her road to post-surgery comeback

Raducanu continues to work on returning from multiple surgeries.

by Dzevad Mesic
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Emma Raducanu shares latest update in her road to post-surgery comeback
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Emma Raducanu continues to work on her comeback and the 20-year-old Briton is making the process interesting by experiencing "different training environments." In May, Raducanu underwent surgeries on both wrists and also her right ankle.

In a post on Weibo, Raducanu seemingly shared about the work she has been doing lately in China. ''Experience different training environments," Raducanu wrote on Weibo.

Raducanu backed to make a successful comeback

Over the last couple of months, there has been a lot of talk about whether Raducanu will return better and make a successful comeback.

Max Eisenbud, Raducanu's agent, said in July that he expects the Briton to "win more Grand Slams" before retiring. "You don't just accidentally win the US Open as she did. You have to be great to do what she did. I think that she will settle and things will get more calm for her and I think she will make more deep runs.

I think she will win more Grand Slams, when it's all said and done," Eisenbud said on The Tennis Podcast. Also in July, agent Eisenbud strongly defended Raducanu over the criticism that she received during the 2022 season and the start of the 2023 season.

"After she won (US Open), I don't think her family got enough credit for how they handled her lead up to Wimbledon and the US Open win. There's a girl who never went to a tennis academy who stayed in school. I can't remember a Grand Slam champion who didn't leave school before the age of 14 and who was wiling to sacrifice her tennis development.

I think we all know the story, she barely played leading up to Wimbledon, she was studying. These are amazing things that I don't think much of the British media talk about, I think that's a shame because I think that was very brave of her parents and her to sacrifice her tennis development.

I don't think there will be ever a Grand Slam champion who goes to regular school, so I think that story was a miss," Eisenbud said.

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